Where to do you put your efforts on editing and improving hubs?

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  1. Marc Rohde profile image68
    Marc Rohdeposted 6 years ago

    Where to do you put your efforts on editing and improving hubs?

    If you were to spend time improving hubs would you focus on the ones producing the most traffic or the least?

  2. yeagerinvestments profile image86
    yeagerinvestmentsposted 6 years ago

    I focus on updating content if there are changes. Or I may link to an authority site or another hubber's article.

  3. leroy64 profile image80
    leroy64posted 6 years ago

    This is my current habits when reviewing
    I find it useful to review the titles and photograph capsules often.  Sometimes titles can be tweaked to be more appropriate to the article.  Photographs need to be either reviewed, updated, new photos can be added, or the captions need some work. 
    After a month after publishing, I can reread the main text with fresh eyes; but, since it takes a few months for a hub to mature, I tend not to make major changes.

  4. chef-de-jour profile image99
    chef-de-jourposted 6 years ago

    The pattern so far with most of my hubs seems to be that I leave them maturing for half a day in the pot so to speak (unpublished) but with a summary and tags. This tends to increase the hubscore a little, gives it momentum. Once published I'll then visit a hub the day after and scan it for any obvious mistakes or bloomers in the text. I want to catch the errors as early as I can. If there are photo capsules to add or take away or something I don't like I'll change that too.

    Then I may visit it periodically for updates and edits and the like. I look at all of my hubs over time because sometimes the odd photo capsule has mysteriously turned blank for some reason - perhaps when I haven't got the attribution quite right?

    My worst performing hubs are the ones I try to improve but some seem to defy all attempts and end up being deleted.

  5. afriqnet profile image51
    afriqnetposted 6 years ago

    I always focus on the following to improve my Hubs:
    I use the title tuner to get a good title if the current tittle is not ranking well .
    I correct all the grammatical and lexical errors
    I update the content to make it more relevant
    I rewrite the Hub summary ensuring I incorporate the necessary Keywords
    I add video and other capsules
    I remove capsules that have link to exterior pages portraying the page to search engines as a 'door way page' (Excessive Amazon and Ebay Links)

    With these corrections I have achieved significant success with my few Hubs


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